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Loving, caring devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, Shiranna Richens Edrington died February 26, 2021 at her home in Lapoint, Utah.
She was born November 12, 1959 in Roosevelt to Arlo and Iola Moon Richens.
She is survived by her husband, Scott B. Edrington, Lapoint; children, Dusty Richens Ogden; Sam (Shayna) Davis, Myton;. Ryan Davis, Myton; Shauntell (Bryant) Bess, Roy; 15 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild on the way. Her siblings, David (RaSchelle) Richens, Gusher; Shane (Sherri) Richens, Idaho; Sharlette (Kim) Farnsworth, Idaho; Marla (Michael) Allred, Roosevelt; Marlyn Richens, Salt Lake City; Trent (Sherry) Richens, Roosevelt; Kendera Richens (Charles Cole), Roosevelt; mother-in-law, Josephine Edrington, Lapoint; in-law, Cody (Gail) Edrington, Idaho; Chess (Sally) Edrington, Washington; and Sanna Lee (Ken) Hennifer, Vernal.
She is preceded in death by her parents, siblings, Sandra Harsin, and Roger Arlo Richens, father-in-law, Kay Edrington, JoDeene Edrington, Rona Kaye Edrington, and Hank Edrington.
Shiranna was a loving, caring person. She loved everybody around her, she cherished having her sister time and going to her sisters house, they always had a good time.
She loved her grandkids with everything she had. She delighted to have them over for a weenie roast and tons of marshmallows to follow. She was an adventurous woman who had a soft spot for camping at the family reunions. She enjoyed going fishing with her lime green fishing pole.
Her time with her husband Scott is one in a million. They were always doing something or going somewhere, either to look at old cars, go to the gas station, or even just go for a drive. They did so much together they were the perfect couple.
She adored working in retail, she made so many friends and always enjoyed the time she spent with them when they would see her at work.
Shiranna spent 15 years with her husband Scott B. Edrington.
Shiranna loved her bonus daughters, Shauntell and Shayna. She enjoyed her girl time with them. She was so proud to have daughters and they love her so much.
She always enjoyed her time with her amazing boys, Dusty, Sam, and Ryan. It didn’t matter what she was going with them, phone calls, text messages, or visits she loved the time she had with them. Shirannas boys treasured her more than she knew.
All the grandkids loved their time with grandma and she taught them so much.
All of us are very blessed and thankful to have had such a wonderful soul touch our lives. We are so lucky we got the time we did with her, though it will never be enough.
We love you Shiranna.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, March 6, 2021, 11:30 AM at the Lapoint Cemetery. A viewing will be held that morning at the Roosevelt East Stake Center, 502 North 600 East, from 9:30-10:45 AM